More likely ICL machines. ICL made the 1906 and the 2966. There's a working ICL 2966 at TNMOC.Roken wrote: ↑Fri Mar 02, 2018 11:21 pmWhat's more telling is that, before I even got my first home computer, I trained on an IBM 1966 mainframe, learning true machine code (even some binary programming) and went on to cut my teeth using COBOL on an IBM 2966 at British Aerospace.
If I'd been smart (and not employed otherwise) in 1999, I could have made a fortune.
It was called a Carry-1, & it came with its own padded shoulder bag to transport it & the power supply, so that you could plug it into a monitor & keyboard when you arrived at work or home.
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